Cardiac Health Check-Up for Primary Children at DTEA School, Lodi Estate, September 2019

Dated: September 25, 2019

 Cardiac Health Check-Up for Primary Children at DTEA School, Lodi Estate, September 2019

 The DTEA Alumni Trust, in association with Rotary Club of Delhi, has organized a camp for the cardiac health check-up of primary class children at DTEA Senior Secondary School, Lodi Estate, during September 24-26, 2019. A total of about 400 children of the school, whose parents have given consent for the check-up, will undergo check-up as part of this campaign. Visit the Gallery Page for pictures from the camp on the opening day.

This campaign was enabled through the initiative of the well-known cardiac surgeon, Padmashri Dr. Ganesh K. Mani. Dr. Mani is an alumnus of the 1964 batch of the school, a former Chairman and at present a member of the Board of Trustees. He is currently with the cardiology department at Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital, Press Enclave Road, Saket, New Delhi.

 
  As part of the concluding function of this campaign, Dr. Mani will also address the teachers and senior students of the school followed by a talk on Congenital Heart Disease on Thursday, September 26, at 1 pm.

Inauguration of the academic project initiated by the DTEA Alumni Trust titled UDAAN at the DTEA Senior Secondary School, Moti Bagh, on Saturday July 20. 2019. A brief about Project UDAAN is given below:

o       Activity classes (broadly on lines of Project Chitti at LBN School) for classes 1-5, weaving  some of Karadipath techniques for English 

o       Jodo Gyan Math for classes 1, 2 & 3 

o       Math Made Easy (programme to improve Number Skills – developed by Ms. Malini Sivaram) for classes 4 & 5   

Ms. Malini Sivaram will be the Programme-in-charge on behalf of the Trust, who will mentor and monitor the Project Udaan. She will be assisted in this supervision by Ms. Shwetha, a full-time volunteer appointed by the Trust, who was selected through the same process as had been done for Projects Varsha at LE, Meera at MM and Chitti at LBN. The Trust believes that the Project will help and strengthen the learning skills of the primary class children.

Message from GoSolar DTEA PUSA Project Team member

Message from GoSolar DTEA PUSA Project Team member

Warm greetings from a member of the GoSolar DTEA PUSA Project Team.  We are happy to inform you that the main project of goSolar initiative has been successfully completed with your support and assistance at all levels. We are organising a small handing over ceremony on Saturday 29th September 2018 at 12.30 pm and conclude the short programme with lunch for all our patrons, partners and donors. 

On behalf of my whole team, I request you all to please keep aside some time for this function and participate in the event. This will also give us an opportunity to meet you all as well as to show you the renovated school premises. 

We look forward to seeing you all there on this Saturday.

Dr. (Ms.) Mani Nandhi
GoSolar PUSA Project Team Member

Sad News – Alumnus Passes Away

Sad News - Alumnus Passes Away

Mr. R. Ganesh Aiyar, an alumnus of the 1967 batch from the DTEA School, LBN, passed away in the early hours of Friday, December 14, 2018, in Hyderabad. Though a resident of Delhi he had gone to be with his 32 year-old son Vaibhav in Hyderabad, and was undergoing treatment there.

He is survived by his wife Ms. Jayanthy, also an alumnus of the school from the 1973 batch of the LE branch, and his two children, Divya and Viabhav. Thirty eight year-old Divya is located in California, USA. Incidentally, Jayanthy happens to be the sister of Mr. R. Shankar, an alumnus of the 1967 batch of the LE branch.

Mr. Aiyar was a well known Chartered Accountant of the city who was associated with the Chartered Accountancy Firm S. Ramanand Aiyar & Co. for more than the last four decades and lived in Defence Colony.

The body is being brought to Delhi from Hyderabad and the last rites and cremation are likely to take place at the Lodi Road electric crematorium between 13 and 14 hrs on Saturday, December 15, 2018.